Southampton High School 141 Narrow Ln, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton High School is the sole high school of the Southampton School District. Tuckahoe School District also sends…More most of its 9th through 12th graders to Southampton High School. The school provides English as a second language, a school psychologist and guidance counselors. There is also a robust athletic department. The sports teams are known as The Mariners. The principal is Timothy W. Mundell, Ed.D.
Southampton Elementary School 30 Pine St, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Elementary School had a major renovation in 2009 that also included an extension, which gave the school more…More classrooms and its first elevator. The extra space also allowed the prekindergarten to move from rented space at the First Presbyterian Church of Southampton to the elementary school building. The building was originally Southampton High School, and the old elementary school is now Southampton Town Hall next door. The elementary school has a dual language program in which children, starting in kindergarten, learn all of their subjects in both English and Spanish, on alternate days. By the time they reach middle school, students are nearly fluent in both languages.
Southampton Union Free School District 70 Leland Ln, Southampton, NY11968 Located on the grounds of Southampton Intermediate School, the district office includes the superintendent's office,…More grounds and maintenance, payroll, personnel and the business office. The district includes an elementary school, the intermediate school, a high school and pre-kindergarten. The current superintendent of schools is Dr. J. Richard Boyes, Ed.D.
Southampton Public Schools Bus Garage 136 Old Mill Rd, Water Mill, NY11976 The Southampton Public Schools Bus Garage is the bus depot for the Southampton School District, serving the elementary,…More intermediate and high school.
Southampton Fire District 33 Flying Point Rd, Southampton, NY11968 The Southampton Fire District was created by the Southampton Town Board in 2003 to negotiate fire protection for the…More hamlets of Tuckahoe, Water Mill and Shinnecock Hills and the Shinnecock Indian Reservation — approximately 16 square miles. A board of commissioners negotiates a fire protection contract with the Southampton Village Board, which overseas the Southampton Fire Department. The Southampton Fire District Board of Commissioners, which is also charged with ensuring the district's hydrants and deep wells as maintained, holds public meetings on the second Thursday of the month at the Tuckahoe School.
Southampton Youth Association 33 Flying Point Rd, Southampton, NY11968 Under the slogan "Sports Build Character and Bring Us Together," the Southampton Youth Association is a nonprofit agency…More that coordinates sports programs and summer camps exclusively for the Southampton School District. Programs are designed for children and teens 4 years old and older and geared to all skill levels. SYA summer camp takes place at Southampton Elementary School. The Reverend Marvin Dozier serves as the director of operations, and Mary Topping is president of the board of directors.
Southampton Full Gospel Church 130 County Road 39, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Full Gospel is an evangelical church at the entrance to Southampton Village on County Road 39, across the…More street from Southampton Cemetery. There are several undeveloped acres of woods behind the church. The facility has had an outreach ministry since 1982 called Mission Reach Out Haiti that provides food, education and medical care to Haitian children at a school it built in the impoverished nation.
The Children's School 160 N Main St, Southampton, NY11968 Located at The Southampton United Methodist Church, The Children's School has a play group, nursery school and…More pre-kindergarten. The founder and director is Kathy Bishop, wife of U.S. Congressman Tim Bishop. The school was originally located on the Southampton College campus, where Congressman Bishop was provost, but it moved to the church in 2010. Though it rents space from the church, it is not a religious preschool. A one-on-one aide for special needs students is provided by local school districts.